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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 13, 1889, South Haven, MichiganOuth ie3ia."v"ieidt7 uveioiex.7 a up Riili 13, 1889. Isto. 4=7 the we �op1 .1 w won that we arc. It is about Thi time >c3r that the proud but in Sovei tone a youth begins a to wonder if his fall croat which he has worn All Wolf Tor can not be Spruce up a Little Ami puked off for a j new Spring pm Mont in Point College seniority Hon. Fico Rire Llaner oct is said to he the oldest living Ahi Innus Harvard. He was graduated in the class 1817. I Hryc a Trig members the class 1818 his seniors in Aso. . Nav six a Luis in photographing the Aurdra Hor Eute from tiio1 Summit mount Luigu Iti s to it Orlan d a an interesting scientific feat since it pronounced by so la tin eminent authority Gunther to be impossible. Animal. It is u250.<m>.e Jyman is the univ Sal estimated that there i him tie Globe the sheep rank next with 500.000.000 300,000, 10 cattle 100,0 09 3logs the four footed variety and it it a ,000,000 hot gets con i nue tiie i 1 ii first Bank in the United slates was the Hank North am t Ica chartered a tin instance kit Lwort Morris in 1780, and by the state Lvi Sylvania in 1781, with a Isi Pital a jul a Kurt it i still in sex in Tail add Phish that in i ate official report show nou 5 Ork 8al� 1,302,2/>2 persons a have an at $384.25 in the livings is probably More than an average one person to each j family and Speaks Well for the econ Tony and prud Nee interesting news compilation. J i from Washington the president issued a Centennial proclamation the 5th, a Naling that tuesday. April 8\ at the hour nine Alock in the morning the people the j entire country repair to their re a seethe j place a tribe worship to implore the favor j god that the blessings ii arty Prosper i Ity Ami peace May abide wifi Haas a people and Liat his hand May Lead a in the paths righteousness and Good Decd a a theme were 22 business inf a urea in the United Foales during these Van Days cud a the 5tb, against 24 the previous seven i Days. There were in the United tote touring the past three month i Industrial strikes involving 6.731 employs As com Are a wit h Milf strikes and 71,9/2 employees in the first three months 1, quid 212 strikes and 120.210 strikers in 1 >7 j Joe. 11. Kan rpt appoint 81 by the president the 5th to be collector Cus i Toms at new York and Cornelius Van Cott Jio Stanader at the same place tin death Janies l Christie. Noting a a Distant Doork Eph a i the. I in d states j 8 not \ occurred is residence in Washington at Twenty v x leading Clearing houses in the in item a state tire a a act edges during tote a it Ltd end la <1 ten with 51.1oa l9-\2\ again to $991.93.s -7 tin pm Lyions week. As compared with the pm responding vat Sekot 1v-.�j the amounted to i a the secrets Ivy War the St order d to Jat the new military Post near fwu Vrr Shredl lie known As fort Logan to Honor the j i Luci Fiory the Kite general John a in sran 1 a a a by the direction president Harrison the St Lite Wisconsin was Oti the my trans Ferrod frown the military department the last to tin do partner it Dakota. A the 9th Adam Tanner Canton i was appointed like the Quot appoint treat division the i int rior department. For t he Utji is s. The it Oklahoma b crazy with Joy we news tie Yesid opening tie an hags it in Hoit a in Soud Virti Kan fired and i fires h Jubilee was in Ltd towns in most Denos us a a i. Fitters nearly wont in they the nth mat Ion for s Ellement. Nearly where is car ions were it and general a Hir to i Trio it be us in it Ltd. Iha a a. Observatory no it tamed Sevidal id it a White Region s a ounces la. D i a variable and 1 h Light at Irreg Iila de Teeter by him. Change in Vav us highest f i Eft a feb a i i a the Smith. A. A ions the new to a ring., Ami in that tie Light is id Ati Dis the a Vals have been his eve Idem ii a system is the i a l. The East. Dot was j i m it shirt manufacturers at now Jim Fork failed the a the Foy s �?��?�m.uo.1 Ouw t i 1-a to Lidiia t othe oldest wish dealers in Doston tailed for a Duvio. Amp m a the actress was Grabo i a divorce Troni our . Henry t in a by it Ltd kit it a thu ath at a re it Yeti n j the d ath Phi la it a a a Sington. Load to web. Known a Irin a a k. Remington Ltd Nons whose armory at lion Quot x v. Is tie largest in the dec Tirol the Ortii at Silver Spring s Fla Ilo Nyu it in tji ird year Thini Minu s that Hii a Igo and All am m bul. Aims arrived in now York to in eth the steamship it Lri Atie after near Siv months in the i it d . In Pitts Nruh pa., Over a get i Udics Snow a Ell tie oth and in the i mountains tin Rai Hoad men re ported from Eig Hytien Iufer s to two feet j Rains were All behind time. V tax a shove Al and saw factories Hubbard a l o., in Hitt Burgh. A were burned the to h loss s Omi In a tiie Lith off l4�we<, del., the Siw a was so Luk and live persons pit you Jordan a. a via x Ashab married in the state and mrs 11, a tetm., vote in Nate chamber the other afternoon. The governor is isted by the speakers both houses Oftie Iati a. An act was recently passed 1 by the legislature and a. E ill Ltd to i. 1 n to in a Quot a a to the Twenty third anniversary t a a i the grand army the wa.4 it Ebra Teil Ltd it a eater. 111. Flames it destroyed the in siness part the Village Ghent. N. Y., the St. The death mrs the Ron a Jaeh occurred and destroyed. S i to Al the a that fio Merlei ky., using a loss a ,p0o. N the 0th w. Ii. Mcgunia Ohio was appointed suit intendant the railway mail service. the both p. F. Pratt cashier the first National rank Anoka. Minn., was missing and so Las too duo the Bank s Mon a. In the Busias portion Savannah. Ga., a fire the it a dest Rove a property valued it f Oahu d. In the. A cent no it pm along the Virginia coast Many vessels were wrecked and Over a dozen lives were lot. In Norfolk and Vicinity the damage was Over $2,000,0 0. George q. Cannon announced in Salt like citv4on the the that the total mormon population was . Lie so buildings and the opera House at a a Vinceton k3 were burned Tinct i. V i it the Kwh airs yet a ung a coloured woman died suddenly at Baltimore md., at the age one Hundred and four years. the s h William Simpson the it Dolored who murdered a wealthy planter named Kelly near Atlanta �a., in a ssh was arrested he bad lived within h few mile4 the Send. A it the minder for two years under an ass Ned name. children George a Rudolph Davis Junction lit. Have do d diphtheria during tin past few Days. Four were buried the my. L the 1 no a Fife in Kokomo and. the St which destroyed Lynch Brothers boiler works the let firemen were fatally injured by a falling Wall. 8tantox Val advices the St report the Sevcit t Snow storm known there in thirty Yeai s. S Iun it. Rains ret in the St in South Shakota and were extinguishing the Prairie fire. , Yewdale Minnon a Wager forty dollars devoured five dozen Hoik d eggs tie my in it ight Minifi a in Thedith r f Senor Book keeper the first National Bank Evansville. Ind., committed suicide by hanging. Unsuccessful speculation was the cause. Miss Mao in May Caun Ellton ind., a prominent so duty lady was found dead in bed the tue. Captain i och the Oklahoma Leader leu d 011 the that about even body v about authority to remain had Boer driven out by the troops. destroyed Arkwright s Cotton factory at Savannah a the both. Losa fit a 1 e. Warren was inaugurated gov t nor Wyoming the i it that Chey Eune with military and civic honors. Tur rvs ent storm which Rameil in Baltimore swept Over the lower Chesa Jieke Bay a in using great disaster to shipping. Overa dozen seamen lost their lives and thirty forty be pcs were wrecked. A foreign intelligence it was voted in the French chamber deputies Oil the 4th to prosecute general Boulan Garr for to Ason. News from Stanley reached London the 4tli to tiie free that he was seen in february mar Hing through the wilds with Kmin Pasha in the direction Zanzibar. He was at that head two thousand men Ami Lenin Pasha and ii were said to be bringing Sik thousand Ivory tusks with the in. A storm Suejit Over a Large eur lion 8outh�rn Hungary the a a the Many Bou a Yere demolished and in some cases a Rboide villages were set 011 fire by lightning a fiery Fate. the Mil at Imp Iione in Litchfield 01111. In her one Hundred and first year. During Moro than a Century life she had lived in one House. That House her Grandfather proved by the a Over nor authorising 1 built in its a and there she a born and the governor and the speakers the there she died two houses to perform the ceremony marriage. No while the no making his Way to the Ohoopee l Iver Road recently he sing the , waving Lier Volt a try in was Jan Grade toward it Georgia rail a i woman tand handkerchief. He Stoppy a. Imagining there a i some danger when the woman be ramble d aboard and asked him to take her across the Bridge As it made her head to walk 011 the Cross ties. did to swear. The h Imago journal says the highest Point Ria Elnid by the War debt was in when All the various forms credit were Eon initiated 1 it 773,136.173. The total Cost the War was about $7,0i3d,0h<1, 0. The present amount the Public it a a by is $1.12 i8. Worn 18kg to lh89t in a want three years the debt Decd $1jg4 1.93g.8s7�. The is about it a year. Lotta i id is Koene x. Ii., has been poisoned and made seriously Siek by Wear ing a Green flannel dress. Her symptom to re those Arsenal i poisoning. Other and similar eases Are reported from time to Lime with the opinion medical men generally i appended that no Greet garment should be worn continuously and yet Many Ladie till persist in wearing Thi dangerous though Beautiful color. The do ath mrs. Theodore Thomas w Ife the celebrated orchestra Leader Orocu de j at new York the St. Nearly the entire town Fri Thiehl. N. J. Was consumed by Fin 011 the a my. K. pea Mil . Who House was recently destroyed by fire at Lebanon arts overed the Gold and Silver the St i which he Hul in the dwelling at the time. The it oin Arn ounts a to so a t the freight Bouses the Boston a Lowell a division the Boston a Maine Road at Boston we re burned the t the with forty loaded freight cars Large quantities hour Ami Grain and other merchandise. I is to non. The Monongahela River a Oal we a re near j Pittsburgh pa., resumed work the i the aft a a shut Down a week s duration giving employment to six thousand men. In Albany the i the memorial exercises in Honor the let the general p. H Slier Idan were held by the new York Legi Lattire. the two strangers visited l Anil Keller s resale no. Near hear Nokia Toad robot $4.��w. 1 the report the ate boar a Agri cult in May uni Hulett Thih not Al the great growth the butter bal shia is in average the state and spoke particularly the de Jive loom it the a a a it operative system a it Wen to six such institutions having made to luring the year two million a Ltd undo the elections Ziehl in Rob Dodsland 1 not thas Urt in tins a Gisla tur a to the Republic Ana who would Elco to the state officers. Masked men entered the House Jewis Patterson a wealthy Fanner living near i Cut Orvllle. A the with and demanded his Gold being Tohl that a had none they torture him by holding his feet and his face to the stove and after securing $4 a Anda Gold watch they left. A Connecticut was arraigned a few Days pleaded guilty to killing another Man. And was sentenced to three months in jail and to a Fine one Dol a. About the West and South. United states m marshals who attempted the 4th to make evictions from Des Moines River Lan is near fort Dodge la were met with armed resistance and driven from the Field. Prairie fires Hall the a the completely wipe a out three towns in South Dakota and hundreds farm houses Lead Lieen de same time a Man was convicted in stroked also barns with All thir it it a a tent. 1. For Chica mho ton a Book in one and Many Persona were homeless id in 11- 11 ,. Tirely destitute. The Lowes were placed the Public libraries and we sent. I Yves were lol ended to five months m jail la would it nor he ebb , an Arron Adt. Made p.�? from this that books Are rated an ascension at Quincy 111 the 4th, and tic can High in Boston that when at a height four thousand feet . A a life is held much too j Opi d from the balloon and Ith the Zaidof a Parachute landed safely the u Ooden Nutmeg reports Ltd the it the to the Indiana Board agriculture from All Over the state indicate that the growing wheat was in splendid condition. the it the Daniel Baugh a Pioneer Seymour ill reached the age one Hundred years. He was a Good health. The discovery was announced the a the Rich Placer diggings in the Bear Taw unduly human cheap a state. In wooden Nutmeg Rev. I it in Scott president Harrison s father in Law it is said keeps steadily at work at his desk in the pension office is daughter and the president Haven sked him to resign but tit us county Tex. Arrested Frank Shulze a Voung Man 011 a charge having in de he a fuss to live in idleness. Soon mountains fifty Miles North fort Benton after the election mrs. Harrison wrote m. a. At Fordyce ark., the a the the sheriff to her father asking him to quit Woi k a it and live at the White Houfe. Her hush and ing i Leinan sturdily refused and said that he had been to Long used to the routine his office that he could not give it up. A Lucas the both Over three thousand persons the life the Panama canal were in a starving condition. Tina at views the 0th say that thong Kwang a i formerly the chinese pm a Bassy at Washington advocates the expulsion every american in the service China w a reprisal for the exclusion flu amen from America. The death the Duc Liess Cambridge an aunt it my Queen Victoria occurred at Ixm-1 Don 011 the oth. She was in her ninety Sec i year., by the capsizing a Small Schoon a thlr-1 teen indians were drowned at Victoria b. J c., the 0th. The in at famine in the Northern a Rov China was the 0th said to be worse than Ever As the government was doing nothing to relieve it and five million poisons were starving. Soneral to Elanor was the he a la to a out Belgium reports the St from India say that fifteen thousand persons were rendered homeless by the recent great fire at 8urat. add to the prevailing mistress cholera i had broken out in Toto town. Officials in charge the Eiffel Tower in Pari said 011 the my that from the top the Tower a View could be obtained to a distance i forty Miles. I he the 9th from Western Irolia announced the failure the Pearl fisheries owing to the prevalence cholera. A water was made by four russian officers 011 the 9th that they could ride horseback from St. Petersburg to Paris a forty live Days. They will Start in May. Later. A private car containing a party seven Boston people returning from a tour calf Mia was wrecked in a collision 011 the Santa be Road near Joliet 111., the 10th, Ami mis win Low Henry Hartt Harry the Porter and Smith the Cook were instantly killed and the others were dangerously wounded. Jeudy 8i.xi.ivan, aged seventeen years was steamed to death the let the in a Large Keir at the print work Yit Dover x. H. A a Farmers Mccla Sohret one the Cook county i1l Boodler was released from the Penitentiary the 10th, his sentence two years having been reduced one month by the governor. Lie went direct to his horns at Plothe propeller Oswego left Buffalo the this was the first departure the season from that port. After five minutes deliberation the b that Omaha. Neb., the jury in the Case be a hot a who killed Harry w. Returned a verdict not guilty. Morsf Ain fires were raping the 10th near Edge out >11and great damage Hall be a done. The National convention the sons veterans held in Albany n y., the 10th, decided to consolidate the a a Post and a a campy systems. The police judge and sheriff at Leavenworth kan., received letters the Lota signed a White Caps warning them to extend no leniency to persons accused violating the prohibitory jaws. A. Call was issued Tho 10th for a Nati Ltd amp a convention Barbers to be held at Pittsburgh a the first tuesday in 8ep Hore victims the blazing train loss seen horror in the burned District terrible plight a Voung girl. By. Paul Minn., april 6.�?the list losses by Prairie fires in Dakota increases and the descriptions hair breadth escapes Are very thrilling. In Yankton count a alone the damage is placed at $150,. Neat rapid Oty prof a f. Bailey s rare Ltd Ivas destroyed. When a party neighbors drove through the blinding smoke to the rear the House an appalling sight met their gaze. Standing in a Little hollow below the ruins the House was Elofs Madison blistered and scorched and Burn ii with hardly a shred clothing us it her. The poor girl must have let Cen in the condition in which she was found for at least a Pius Brunt. Itch cloth vhf Avo the Collar hot dress part the stocking 011 her right foot Ami the right shoe Hail been completely burned from her body which presented an awful appearance hardly a spot upon her escaping unburned. Standing unaided and conscious her Ter Rilke condition she greeted the first person who came to her Naej Canoe with the ejaculation a my god can t you do something for me a Strong men shuddered nil for a moment turned away but for a moment Only when ready hands a lib a every thing that could be done for her. Mrs. G. E. Bailey in whose employ the Young girl was and William Ashton the hire i Man. Had a very narrow escape and As it was suffered painful but not dangerous injuries. Mrs. Bailey says when the fire caught the dwelling House it blazed up like tinder and allowed them no alternative but to run for their lives this they did . Ashton taking each tie women by the Arm and starting with them through the smok and Liamos. They had gone but a Short distance when mis Mudi fell the smoke was so thick that when they a stopped to look for her she could not be seen and thinking that she had gone in another direction they resumed their efforts to a soap get. After a severe struggle they succeeded in getting to the Windward the fire and made their Way to a neighbouring ranch. At George a Luntz Wjk ply be the family had just seat 1 themselves at the dinner Tabie we Hen mra Harht saw Sparks living in through a crack in the Kitchen. 8<izing a Blanket apiece the a it eople in the House threw them Over their Heads and started from the building. By Good Fortune All sue it needed in reaching a Plade safety. I Twenty feet their path was through a Sheet Flipe fifty feet High. Thousands dollars Worth property was destroyed within ten Miles Freeman. Thirty two families lost Elmir Homes Only escaping partly clothed. Machinery Grain Hay and a great amount Stock were burned. The unfortunate Farmers Are a tirely destitute nil without food shelter in Douglas county the fire was one Tho worst Ever known. Many banners lost every thing and Aro homeless and destitute. Tho House William Cline was burned mrs. Cline Jieri Shing in the flames. She was 70 years old and was the Mother e. W. Cling a prosecuting attorney Douglas county. At Ashton the air was so full dust that a in eps Ltd a could not see a Al Yards Distant. Several building in this town were stripped their tin roofs while numerous Small buildings and fences were blown Down. Near Oak Wooll Lak a lives Frank Goodfellow. He was away from Home when the fire came. Mrs. Goodfellow and her three children heroically fought the Haines for several hours and then were forced to get Down their Knees while the flames passed Over them mrs. Goodfellow is so badly burned that she will probably die. In Brule county a qualities Are being reported daily. Fully 100 families have lost everything the loss reaching $150,000. Two women were burned to death near Chamberlain. It is reported at the latter place that the fire was started by indians the reservation. Crow Creek Agency had a parrow escape. Yankton d. T., april 0 a the stories the Farmers who suffered by the Flam s tuesday show that it was no Ordinary Prairie fire. It licked up every thing combustible. And grass and stubble and Wood broke into flame seemingly without coming in Contact with lira. The combustion Wras almost spontaneous in the dry and heated condition the atmosphere set in motion by the terrible Gale. The conditions seemed similar to those existing at Tho time the great Chicago fire and the fires in the Wisconsin Woods when the atmosphere was almost Readi to ignite and Burn. An intense electrical condition Al prevailed. All things considered the visitation was As remarkable As it Wras calamitous. Four killed. Liat no Ember lives lost in a Rall was acc Talent the Santa be Koa a Neal Joliet five persons injure. Chicago april 11.�?tne California express the Atchison Topeka pfc Santa be due in this City at 7 a m. Stopped for Coal and water lie fore Dawn yesterday morning at Lorenzo it station seven to Miles a 01 Chiba do and Naf the Kankakee River crossing. Just As it v. As getting used r a to a heavy freight train crashed into the rear the express. The rearmost the passenger coaches a private ear in which were . John f. Hartt and a party Brookline mass was completely Telescope and piled atop the wreck were the ruins three four freight ears. The escaping steam and la Oil i a go a Ter rat i to Quot Bohez the b combative increased the the . Re he killed were Robert w. Ii Arlt Brookline 17 years old a s n John f. Hartt m Satico Winslow Brookl be Tony Smith the coloured Cook log Angeles Cal. Larry herring a Colorez car poster los Angeles Cul Tolje by if Rad fire John f. Hartt Brookline ilass., 3�r�t a it it in f. Hartt Brookline muss. L r Henry w. Lamb Boston mass. Frank Couvier a child Coile o., Engineer the f eight train Peter l. Palmer a brakeman the fright train. The Region round Nln nit Lorenzo is Flat and marshy. A thick log by a Asp do and the country yesterday morning. The freight train was an extra. The conductor Fred Hughes was directed to regulate his train by the time schedule Lor the express. Engineer Converse a null to be the a landmarks for the fog allowed his train to i run Tod fast brakeman Balner who was in the Engineer s cab at the Tim it the Accident sail it was so foggy that it was impossible to see More than a few feet ahead and the first thing they knew the passenger train was just ahead them. At the company a offices in this City the responsibility for the Accident is Laid Engineer averse. The injured All them shockingly scalded Are in mercy Hospital. . Al Artty a legs right Arm and face Are badly scalded. Mrs. Hartt a injuries Are almost identical. Both . Iamb and brakeman Palmer avg Rev sly burned Tho face acid hand ?. Engineer Converse was so slight scalded that he was Able to go to his Homo in Chillicothe. . Winfield h. Hall the 7 Hospital staff says that in the cases . And mrs. Hartt there is congestion the internal organs and hot fears pneumonia no uncommon sequence severe scalds May set in i r. J. J. Ransom at the head the Santa be medical department thinks the recovery both patients assured. . Hartt who is half delirious with pain Bull vaguely realizes the death his son who was to it it have entered Harvard next september. Mrs. Hartt Hal not yet been told. . Hartt a retired Boot and shoo merchant is a director the Chicago Kansas it Western rail a i a part the Santa be system. His w Ife is a sister Albert w. Nickerson the millionaire Railroad Man Boston. The Nickerson family is one the Best known in Boston and that Accident will bring grief to Many a household. Miss Alice Winslow the Niece mrs. Hartt was n Bright lovable girl 22 years. She was engaged to let a married to . Lamb w to is a medical examine the Santa be. Her death is one the Saddest incidents the wreck. When . Lamb was being carried from the wreck he saw her dead body by the Light a lantern. A to god its Allie a he screamed and fainted. He lies at mercy Hospital moaning pitifully. Ham s party left Brookline two a months ago and after a trip through California w Ere homeward bound the total damage to the property the Rai Road was about 915.00d a nation s reverence. Honor Washington. Also wrote to i it a. Scott support j Weinber Quot last murdered j. W. King his wife Terai to .�11 1 a a thai Hur Ned their i rear Admi ral H. Patte son retired is wife s request. Hilt the j Gen and s x a a died the 10th Athis Home m Washington. The i report mrs. John president the women s silk culture association the United states for the last year was recently made to the commissioner agriculture. The government approx a a tos $3, >00 annual y to Foster the development the silk growing Industry. Mrs. Lucas says that the United states could raise not Only All the silk needed at Home but $50,000,003 Worth More for Export. The report the treasurer mrs. H. P. Taylor shows that during the year Early 2,.50 pounds cocoons were a Yghi w a Chicago Man has invented a Spring Gong to be attached to an umbrella arranged that if any unauthorized person picks up the article he will get a Surprise that will project him it put Tive Fet into space. Dwelling. William fray shot and killed his wife at Frankfort and the Fth nil then killed himself Domestic troubles caused the deed. the 5th John Woffin Barge who murdered sheriff Greenb it was taken from ail at Rutledge tcuu., by marked men and Liang to a tree. Congressman Ryan the fourth District Kansas resigned his scat the 5th, hav ing been appointed minister to Mexico. Flames destroyed six business blocks at Attica. O., the 5tk six Winamac ind men were the it the sentenced to a year each in the Penitentiary for robbing freight cars. At Lima betide Gorman a two year old child was scalded to death the 5th by her older sister who accidentally upset a pot boiling water her fact and breast. A rain a Tom the Ith at Norfolk a submerged the lower portion the City 5 causing a loss $500,u0j to business men. Flames swept away the principal business portion Clarksdale tenn., the 6th a heavy Snow storm prevailed the 6th at Charlottesville a accompanied by Thunder Aud lightning. Two Vottis Aud several business houses Ped sixty nine years dispatches the 10th from a plan announced heavy Gale off the coast interrupting telegraphic communication delaying mails and steamers and doing a Greet Deal damage. Number w Recks were reported. An explosion the 10th in the Erin Colliery at Castrop Australia caused the death Twenty five Parsons. William j. I Vixo jr., Twenty years old and married w As arrested the 10th at Hartford Conn charged with the embezzlement $20,000 Frota the Hammond dressed beef company for w hich he was local manager. A Athan f. Dixon rep was elect3d United states senator the 10th by the Rhode Island legislature in joint Assembly at Providence. Almost the entire business portion Camden a Small Cut win in Jay county ind., was destroyed by fire the 10th. Tartars St bus the american Schooner bucket to which arrived in new York the 10th, reported that he was chased and tired upon by a dominican Man War March 21. The american Flag w As flying at the schooners Peak at the time. The Buffell am soon distanced the it Amer Atul the latter gave up the Chase. The la re in a Pic tissues a proclamation i Raj Iii a fitting Observance the coming Centennial a an hour fixed for prayer. Washington april 6.�?presi�lent Harrison has issued the following proclamation recommending april 30 next the Date the Centennial Celebration the inauguration president Washington As a special Centennial thanksgiving a a a a a Hundred year have passed since the government which our for fathers found was formally organized. At noon the 30th Day a Rii ih9, in the City not w York and in the j Root Euce an a so a Blag the heroic men whose patriot.Devotion had led Tho colonies to Victory and Independence George Washington took the oath office is chief magistrate Tho new born Republic. This impressive act was preceded at 9 clock in the morning in All the churches the City by prayer for gods bless Ngoa Tho government and its first president. A the Centennial this illustrious event in our has been declared a general Holiday exact Congress 10 the Edd that the peo to the whole country May join in com my dp45live exercises appropriate to the Day. A in Ord a that the Jey the occasion May be associated with a deep thankfulness in Tho minds the people for All our blessings in Tho past and a devout suppl cation to god for their gracious continuance in the future the representatives the religious creeds both Christian and hebrew have memorialized the government to Des Gate an hour for prayer and thanksgiving that Day. Quot now therefore i Benjamin Harrison president the United states America in response to the s p Ous Ami reasonable a it quest do recommend that in tuesday april it at the hour 9 clock in the morning the people the entire country repair to their respective places divine worship to implore the favor god that the blessings Liberty Prosperity and peace May with us As a people and that his hand May Lead us in the paths righteousness and Good deeds. Cat Hoik churches i a a guest Al by can Faial Gibbon to fittingly Elf rat a Tiu Ltd a a ing Washington Centennial Baltimore Mil april 11.�?cardinal it Bons has Mailei to the a clergy the Baltimore diocese a letter calling attention to the Celebration the Centenary the inauguration Washington As Tho first Jures ii Lent the United Kates. Among Oliet things the Cardinal says a a to Washington will remain the uni Erisha ble glory leading this people out the Tordai e and oppression into the Clear Light Freedom and National Prosperity. The history the in Ted state is the history the gradual rising from found Dation Sof Liberty and Law and order by him so deeply and so Broa Liy Laai that stately fabric our Nat 0 Al institutions which has become the Admir Aron the . Most just and fitting it is that this nation so founded rising so Magn i gently upon the lines which he Laid Down should Honor with special Ami grateful the 1 x thanni Verstay the taking by the great Captain la War the chair free in peace As the a he map Braie the Lar d. A in order therefore to a pc expression to our Heartfelt thanks for the civil and religious blessings thua far vouchsafed to us and to Pray that the Spini which burned in the heart Washington May cont nue to an mate those to whom the Desti nes our beloved country May a entrusted you Are invited to announce at a seasonable time a special serv for the morning 3>. You Are requested at such service to make an address suggested by the occasion eloping w the the prayer for the authorities. As an additional Exi Ress Joy and thank let \ no the court h Bells w ill be rung from 10 to 10 30 the same she is free. Killed at a Charivari. A member a serenading tarty shot by a Young woman. Des Moines la., april 6 a a Man named Wheelock w As married at Chester Center Poweshiek county wednesday night and a party set out to give him a Charivari armed with the usual improvised musical instruments the noise was kept up until about 12 clock when a Young lady relative the parties went out the House and returning with a shot gun fired a charge into the crowd wounding Fred Bacon Fie died Friday morning. Lysis is the second serious affair the kind that has occurred in that county. Big fish dealers fail. Boston april 6.�?isaac Rich amp ., 7 kilo Street the oldest fish House in the City Are financially embarrassed. Their liabilities Are placed at $2u0, and nominal assets at $225, a a. They were part owners the Hartjen Republic lately seized at Hayti the trouble Over this vessel and Tho closing the haitian ports Are said to have crippled them. Fearful storms. Vienna april 6.�?a terrible storm has swept Over a Large Section Southern Hungary. Many houses have been demolished and in some cases w Hole villages have been set fire by lightning and destroyed the jury in tie ii let it la in a Kinig murder trial at Omaha returns a very Liet nut guilty in Roplo in lease a at the be ult. Omaha neb., april last Day a f the King murder trial came to a Happy t and at least for the defendant yesterday. Prosecuting attorney Mahoney finished his argument at 10 30 clock. The judge then charged the jury and at 10 55 they retired. At 11 clock they returned and handed their verdict to the a Lerk who immediately read i it. When he read a not guilty such a tremendous uproar applause was never before heard in the Douglas county court As that which ensued after the verdict was Rem Lerey peal after peal applause mingle with the tears women and the hysterical manner the prisoner rendered the room a scene chaos. Judge Groff then dismissed the defendant a jul the jury Whilo hundreds women crowded Forward to congratulate the fair defendant excitement runs High and the verdict pleases every body. Death Admiral Patterson lie in a secs away at Washington age 69 years sketch his career. Washington april 11. A rear Admiral Thomas Hartner Patterson a retired naval officer died at his Home in this City Early wednesday morning at the advanced age 69 years. Admiral Patterson was bom in Louisiana in 1830. He entered the Navy As a midshipman in 1886, and during the War the rebellion served As a commander. His last sea duty was the flagship Tennessee As commandant the Asiatic station fron 1878 to 1880. His an ointment As rear Admiral was made in 1877, and May 10, 1883, he was placed the retired list. J evictions suspended. Judge Shiras stops the actions against de Moine River land settlers fending investigation by attorney general Miller. Dubuque la., april 11.�?an order from judge Shiras the United states District court issued wednesday ends for the present All proceedings against the Des Moines River land settlers. The judge considers it his duty to suspend for a reasonable time the execution process for eviction in these cases pending the action the attorney general the United states who was recently requested by the Secretary the Interior a examine into the matter. A Ehva a i term. Mech Aubrey one Ollie cant Chi Chicago Boodler leaves the prison Walls behind him an a begin life anew. Joliet Iii., april me Laughrey was formally released Froin custody at the Penitentiary and is a free mail. Not the least excitement demonstration characterized the event about 7 clock the old Soldier App Arod fresh and re by. In his to w Silt. A Nutow friends had driven from fats Home in udut about Hight eco Jiffies Uway. They came Over ill a twin seated Carriage drawn by a couple White horses. Without by d try Tho a a Farmers Maun Ted behind tint it am drove rapidly away no demonstration whatever took pm a As lie departed Ami the few spectators in the prison immediately a dispersed. Fee was profuse in i thanks to every tie prison Forth kind test Ghent he ii att received while behind the Bare Ami expressed regret her he had to leave a the boys meaning Ali a Thor six Boodler behind him fora longtime let before they would be restored to Liberty. Said he by Inwon Tey Medicine a Best i could and the toy in bid Len the sane. They would have Al been in lib. Rue in May l they had 1 Steed to inc. I Nenh it a hard to become a convict. 1 have Felt the stir a a it but whether i was a guilty Man a thief end a swindler is Iii in Best to my maker. As far As 1 know i wu1� not i 1a.s treated Well Here. I worked hard and am in Rood health ? came Here to serve my sentence because a a a the tip id it the Wisest thin Todo under the Reim Tanc and it proved to be tie right course. Tuesday night at the close the Days work tie Warden offered to allow my a Laughrey to take his departure but he said a no sir a b out hero in the Broad Light Daj. And i Don t want to be turned out at i it. I t Graig to sneak away mute cover in. It Lik a a criminal i m Gong to by r it Orel to Liberty while the Sun be slotting Bright and id it a t cure a dam How Many Leo Plet Ore a re around to be melt it it in great want. Seed wheat lumber and Otlis in Ltee Mirie need he i by the farm St hot suf Fere a from Tho recent Fra i Fie lire in . Minneapolis Minn. Apro 11. Alderman Smith has returned from Stilly Coli in i t., where he w ent to investigate the a a to it the damage by the ret tit tired 4 it was u in Trible sight a he Sal when seen. Fibre at least 1 h families in Sully county who Jet i . the wheat they had. Some then saved a few things but in most the eases nothing was Savell i Host i who witnessed tin Tiro told me that the a flames jumped four and five rods so that the Ordinary fire Protection was it it no Avail. Man had a Rick daughter in by a when to saw the fire coming and his r. If rushed to Tho learn to untie the horses to Wilc he ran to save the gift. He had just carried out a slowed Lionil when the fire sprung upon his House his wife barely escaping. �?T1 lie horses were burned. 1 saw where to sheep bail be a Burn a in a Heap. The citizens that county Are about the Best class Ever . 11 Oil Tho Frontier they Are educated anti industrious. I to people Blunt have done a Good Deal for the sufferers but they Are unable to do half enough and i Hope the Good people Minneapolis will put their shoulders to the when a a. Seed wheat is what they want particularly now that the Spring season is at hand. 1 hey also want lumber to build houses in fact every tiling that can be Given in the shape Relief ought to be turned in at once. I met the pm Man who Hail la just every thing but his tin pail and a razor and he was not in the Lasic i Turbed. He said he was ail right As be could take care himself but that the people with families tire re the ones to be 9 the Flag fired . Michigan legislature 1 i Chigas state Aew were passed the 4th Amend it a re Ferenee to r gets and liabilities a Irod Quot re Inpan a. Compelling Railroad companies in lit la prof insula to charge but three cents per u. A stept let a distances 1 is than five Miles for with the fat a five cents per mile May be charged to re a corp a the Volage ocly . Genesee county pro Hidu no i Purchase a twas a rom minors by junk Dea Quot the Senate Sut it St Lute for the House Bill due Orpi att a to to Iron Wood was also passed and Gaea if Tiue Diate effect. The Abbott capital Lun Sliment vill reported from the Jud Ciary met Iee and amended to Aii Misof the sent nce Only upon written the jury it to be in the the , however who a a an not impose do ath sentence to the absence sue ii re . House the increasing the Oor error s salary from m to Ood a year was adopted and the Bill authorizing Detroit to Issue Bonds for ?5m,. 0 to improve Tite Bonne a Fords was passed. J ii cattle the Hoof ill split inti Bill was discussed for the fifth t me in the a Man litre Astra Tutun. The argument to Day rested a a a averment that protect 8f the Publ health drop ate bid inspection cattle it Riouff to Slaughter. Senate tip i a Nemr Dicker e it Steff elect in Case was settled the 5th by re lain ing Huntz by a vote if to 10. Many petitions were received in favor �9�?o Bill to in Tepolt a alive All beef cattle intended to a he tie Farmers the state a p Are one in am a in favor the Bill. They Bel eve that there a it a am my the great beef Slaughter no terms tired to the value cattle and Are therefore and this 0 �?~kv>r.�?T. A these firms their Market in Michigan ii Ousky the opponents the proposed h ii Den a Law increasing the Fetuli Luqu r tax Hoit fio1 i if id scored a decide Victory by succeeding id having the bund off into the hands a joint Eft Emittie and in All prob a Dity this will so delay the Bill that it can not become operative be fore May a Hon the quor taxes Are required to paid. Even show enu it i a who is an american Selio Oner i lying the Star and strip a based and shot at by a Donri Leah h a a is a a Tlle mss a a the attack a mystery. New York april 11.�?Captain Stubbs the Schooner Carrie a. Bucknam which arrived wednesday from St. Domingo City report that March 21, when off Kamot a Island at about noon he sighted a vessel steaming toward his vessel from the land then Distant six eight Miles. The Craft proved to it it a a dominican War ves hip. She Lold Ber course the intercept the Bucknam. But could not Ltd to Iliff to the Strong Breeze then prevailing Al Bill astern half three quarters a mile. When nearly in the schooners Wake Neh to tie Surprise the Crew she fired a a Quot iut which struck the water Only a few Yards from the Bucknam s Stein. She then gave Chase but with a Good Strong Breeze the Schooner soon distanced her. After keeping up the Chase for about two hours sin gave it up and putting abut steamed for the land. My was a Low Fak feb. Three masted Steamer about 00 Tena Burden a it it Are Nutly French Spanish build. Her decks Varo crowded with in 11 what Hor errand was can Only be conjectured As the Bucknam was far outside their jurisdiction and the High seas where they could have no legitimate right to overhaul her. Tho american Flag was. Hying at. The Schooner s Peak All the time. It was hoisted us soon As the Steamer was made out to let a a War vessel Captain Stubbs says nothing was heard by the Bucknam s Crew this vessel any a hellion at St. Domingo City. The better class people there hesitate to speak their minds even to foreigners. They 110 doubt Are afraid compromising them solve. And a wife s Devotion. The won Aii he hand gouge her Eye out visit Lite stretch i i it and town six hint it 51. Auth in n. Y., april 5.�?a Large Middle a Igo Ltd woman Blind in both eyes Ami led by a you tits lady 1�. Applied at the Smi Gato yesterday in Brigit a for admission. She asked for William Bohan lift by Eind Tho Quot a received from sing sing Iasi my Ber and is nig a Twenty year Santeiu. A gouging he r eyes out. Because is terrible crime Bohan has Bacn ostracised it hit fellow convicts. Thieves burglary Quot and murderers their detestation a note who treat his wife so. For the past two Bohan has Heen an inmate the to pita. Suffering from a severe attack in a Mousia. He Bas Heen in comm ii Tiou with his Wile nil when she heard tie was sick she determined to visit him Arii ing at the prison accompanied by Ber Niece. She Vas permitted to visit her brutal husband in the Hospital Aud their meeting was very affectionate he walked up to her. And. Placing his hands it it a her Cheeks kissed her several times. He then led her to a chair near his bed and they spent an hour in Earnest a luring which the convict husband cried like a child. Tie sight the Blind woman coming to visit the Man who a l caused her so much it Iscra surprised even the prison officials. Then to cup them who expressed his Surprise to the wife Sib said i forgive Higi and still love the woman s Niece a sister s daughter received the Man very coolly and through the interview she never spoke to her to icis. Mrs. Bohan said to a correspondent that while she Wolfl unable the account for her feelings she still love a the Man and would live with him to Morrow if lift were released from prison. She added that it was hard to keep hit in prison As it did tier no Good and was an injury to him. She excused his crime by saying that he was intoxicated ms5 be never would have injured her. A when sober a she said Quot a always treated me she added that v. Hen Kent to prison he deeded a r All his propel to amounting to about $7,000. She said a a Wiles a wife and i can t help my re Hng. I love my Hestia and would do and thing a him /. Ofin As 1 am a e i shall set no it it obtaining his Pardon and if successful we shall lie together As before when asked if the neighbors it in la a not interfere and make it unpleasant for the lug a if he returned to far Hockaway the woman said no they would not dare Lay violent hands win for if they Hurta hair his head i would see that they were Pun a lied. Reward. We Arv life. A Young Man commit a Sulci in body i father it a Ltd. A it a Bangs a boy seven Reu year shot bite in right breast at ibo itus sell House to Detroit the other eve i avg. And was removed to a to Hospital in a by at condition. Several a were in i pockets. 4hie to his Moth ? a Aid that pm Wuu be dead by the time she received the letter. Home id that the Devil Hal called hint Aud he must go he hoped she would meet him when she died. 1 Fie w a the Rev. W. W. Ramsey Tho leading my Thod feb divine the City. In it Tho writer sent his regards asked the minister to Comfort his Mother and said he could not live an Quot longer because his father Hail Stryk i Mother and swore at he could s Tarn i it to live any longer he said a Tut thought he had better do. After the shooting Bangs refused to to say that he was not crazy and was not sorry for what he had glom. A medium it now a. Mrs . Brooks spirit Sal m drum was recen id i Jackson in �1 a print i Patrick by w. S Una Sue had Parira a a write a paper placed upon a table in it Ronol Kiwi then Tell up an a carry it it while they had written when a the spirit a Dilt Latch an that she wrote without her entering Ted room while tin Dupuy party was writing the folded it go kor. Stanlet off i a cover a. The table and showed Miat 1 called manifold paper under p. 0 that whatever the ? dupe wrote was duplicated Ben a Tutor the a ilium to take qut an i r get i it a la a skipped Alt a the a Sposaro wry thinly Ltd a. The so ton 0f a Bustle a pair voter and a Breastpin were nil that i it Salt that eccentric mrs my la Arland bad when Hev sri emis went to her Relief at the Battier Crock Santai item the other Day. A Bear is kept in the pit to be looked at by the patients a irs Mccluir loud who be de. A i her Side a Tamer w Iii animals 1 schaded into the pit but the Bear in Juno m Oil t r a visit hit und. Essed his guest wit Light using rap Dit and h tue sanitary int nurses had not com w i b a Rone would have killed to Tail v. A Tor. Frog. Ange.1, it it a Quot the Michigan i Uit sit. Furnishes tiie toil so we Reg a a be Tot to purity water for drinking a ii bout half a Tea spoonful the i purest a Nifte Sug r in a pint bottle completely full the water to be tested and tightly stopped pow it to Daylight and a ten Pesature not a to degrees Favire sheiff. After a Day two examine holding the bottle against something Black for whitish floating specks which will betray the present organic matter in considerable proportion a look like a Mure Ler. Two strangers took room at the House in Smith s re k. Twive Niles from la Ort Huron the other night. One was aged Over fifty years old and the other was younger in the morning the Young Man was missing and the Eider a As found it his room with Lii Throat Cut dead. Ike crockery was Rinshed and no knit a other weapon found which made it look like a murder though the dead Many spot sets contained $162, he that there was no robbery. Health to Michigan. Reports to the state Board health by fifty four observers in different parts the state for the week ending March 3c indicated that intermittent fever increased and Taftt inflammation the bowels Erysipelas neuralgia rheumatism and consumption the lungs decreased in area prevalence. Diphtheria was reported at ten places Scarlet fever at twelve typhoid fever at two measles at seven and smallpox at Loudon township. Cuie t base Ball. Ils Frold foe. Sixteen years Lotfi Only son general M. Foe United states a inv stationed at Detroit died tiie other night heart disease super induced by base bal. Playing. The Young Man had la eco advised against the game by his physician but do Rifle general and mrs foe s absence in Washington he indulged in a few turns at to Al Bat his death occurred shortly after he retired. Gone death at Boston a it Lewi Slayden a Ltd ored Manju a get in behalf Fae Mainii slavery year ago bore Rich in Ruit. Boston april s. -4 wis a a Gudert coloured the note a abolitionist died sunday aged about 73 years Bright s disease. Fhe was Orn a slave n Kentucky escaped to Ganado. if Tali v sited Boston in 1815 Aud obtain �?~1 celebrity by h 6 Brilliant oratory bet Alf 6f the fugitive slave was Efi Flay do by the ant slavery soc Etc to lecture n new Giand and be w York finally settled Hete in ims. From which tune ins re Denee be Caine a headquarter3 for fugitives and abolitionists was at one time established in by unti s Avery for ends entered the office the Secretary brute about thirty years a go. And was employed there at the t me his death Lee Das proms Neftin in recur Ting coloured soldiers Dir no Tho War. He served one term in the state House represent at ves. Lately he was act be in secur pm the rec Ognit coloured lodges in masonry. He had great influence Ciao no h a coloured fellow citizens newsy a temp. It Greenville has a Quot in a Farmer together they his dog. Kill a tramp near find Lay Findlay 0 april 11.-the Republican has u dispatch from Union township this county stating that Thomas re gel a Farmer was awakened monday morn ing by piteous cries for help and sounds a struggle coming from the front porch. He found his dog. A huge Jna Tiff tearing at the Throat a tramp who had evidently sought the porch As a place to sleep. The Fanner it said took a hand in the work and assisted the dog in killing the tramp who was buried in a rough grave in a secluded Field. The Farmer s children who witnessed the murder were unable to keep the secret and through them the fact were made Public. No arrests have yet been reported. Flocking to our shores. Emigration from Europe to Tho i United state assuming Large proportions. London april 11.�?Spring emigration to the United states has assumed Large proportions. Four thousand emigrants mainly germans and swedes sailed wednesday from Liverpool All available Steerage space several steamers there and at Continental ports has been taken up for intending emigrants. The movement is More voluntary in character and less the work agents than hitherto. The people Are a better class and evidently go to stay. The increase is due to the pressure the immense burdens military and taxation imposed the Continental nations. Mountain fire in Maryland. Hagerstown md., april 11.�?three Large Mountain tires Are now raging the South Mountain near Edgemont. The fire caught from the Sparks a passing engine. A vast lot Timber has already been destroyed Ami the fire is still unchecked. The wind is forcing the fire in the direction the Blue Mountain House and there is Good ground for fear that the building will be consumed. As a Ina Ted. Butler ky., april morning View ky., tuesday evening a German Shoemaker named Laurer was shot in the head and instantly killed while at work. Tax person who did the shooting is unknown. The federation labor. Preparation fora at Fitts Burgh tin fourth Only. Pittsburgh pa., april 8.�?the various labor organization in lug led in the National federation f i for Are making preparations for a big demonstration in this City july 4. Thin liar celebrations will be held in All the leading cities the country. The object is to take preliminary Steps toward enforcing the eight hour system. It has been decide Ltd to enforce the Eis it hour Rule for work in All branches Trade in May 1990. Many the trades Are air adv Quot working eight hours but the greater number arc Sti l Labouring ten hours per Dav and quite a number twelve hour for a Days work. The object these meeting is to enlist the support All Chi sep workmen and to notify employers to make preparations for the new Era. Rather remarkable. A remarkable piece Wood has been sent to Portland ore., for exhibition. It is a Board White Cedar tue Enty feet Long thirty inches wide and three inches thick without the least sign a knot twist any kind. The Grain is As straight an regular As if traced by human hands. A train seven Pullman sleepers jumped a broken rail the Pennsylvania Railroad near Altoona monday and after running the ties for several Hundred feet regained the track again and went dashing along without any damage. The train was running at the rate thirty five Miles an hour. A lady Cleveland o., lost a year ago a Gold bail in which was enclosed by a Spring a Diamond Worth 1500. It was one a pair unique ear rings. The Ball was found by Chance the other Day with a child s marbles in a working Many a cottage and the Story its wanderings since it dropped from its fair owners ear would fill a Story Book. Therb is a Gander in Coweta county ga., that has recently been bereft its mate. He has since taken up with a rooster and is trying to learn How to Crow but so far without Success. When the rooster flaps his wings to Crow the Gander does likewise and stretches his neck in a vain Effort to imitate the music the Chanticleer. He tries hard to Fly up the Roost and is very affectionate in �u3 attentions to the Short but mrs. Tulla Moffatt. Lic used to preach by the free will baptists. Fred Burr cold Vater recently established the first in the state Teriw. The a Ltd Michigan press association will meet at mus Eguh june 19-21. Forty three new in few tors were graduated in Detroit the other Uay. 3l�hht it go id worthy the Standard Oil company is alleged to have skipped Iran Houghton to Canada a Quot ring behind a s10,090 shortage. Darius it. Thorp Thorp. Hawley a ., Iff Detroit was at it it Scoda and i a11 Sable recently soon raised 550,006 with which to capitalize i new Bank to be known a the first National Bank an Sable and Oscoda. Mrs. Alice Reid aged one Hundred Ana two years died in Bay City a a Vav Days ago. J. A. Bell dropped dead in Eaton Ila i is the other Day and m s. Fuff in was stricken helpless with paralysis the following Day. Tho i a Kolb near Bay City has had three cows killed by hydrophobia. Two mad dogs were killed there a Short time ago. I s he id a it Vidow stay township was fatally shot the air Day while splitting Wood with a read re a in her dress pocket which the axe Helve hit own discharged. The steam Barge Hali. Lumber Laden from Alpena to fort Hur Ort. Was badly damaged try ice the trip and say a opposite the latter City the other Day. The Ennis House at Ludington was destroyed by fire at two clock the other morning. Quot los a $49,00. The guests had a marrow escape. A half blood Jersey three year old cow belonging to colonel Urquit who resides four Miles West cold water recently gave birth to three healthy Heifer calves. Frank Merkle a Young married Man. Was killed at the paper Mill in three Rivers the other morning Fie had let Een whitewashing about the budding. And while at work his clothing caught a Shaft. His body was fearfully crushed lie had lately come the this country from Germany. Herman Manli and Peter Jacobson were killed the other Day id Tho Shaft the Copper Falls mine at Ishpeming by the explosion dynamite. At Iron Mountain the other night Henry Sampson and w. J. Dow fought Over the result the recent election and one had his upper lip bitten off and the 3 other had his lower lip bitten off. Mrs. John Durand aged eight four years one the Early pioneers Jackson died the other night the Johns Wagon factory at Evart was drenched with Oil and set fire the other night and the fire boxes near it broken but the fire was put out with Only i3j0 damage. This was the second incendiary attempt within six weeks. Lansing lossing treasurer Greenwood township 8t Clair county was recently alleged to be $1500 Short in his accounts and was under arrest. The f. A p. M. Station at grand Blanc Wii robbed seventy dollars from an unfastened Safe the other evening. Sheriff Hayes who recently shot i4mith in the fight at a Che Bogan House ill repute has been justified by the verdict a Coroner s jury. Marshal Bouchard shot by Smith was better Aud might recover. C. F. Blackman and James Johnson lumber dealers Wayne were arrested the other Day and held to bail charged with crookedness in a lumber Deal. 1 hey escaped from Constable Robertson and skipped to Canad

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